Jets Rookie Safety Jamal Adams Says Ankle Injury Not Serious

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Jamal Adams eased the concerns of the New York Jets and their fans with one simple tweet, the Associated Press reports.

The Jets rookie safety sprained an ankle during practice Thursday and coach Todd Bowles said the severity of the injury was not immediately known — although it doesn’t appear serious.

“I’m okay,” Adams wrote on Twitter about an hour after practice concluded. “God is good.”

Bowles said that Adams, the team’s first-round draft pick out of LSU, was hurt during 7-on-7 drills and sat out for the remainder of practice. Adams remained on the field for the rest of the session and Bowles didn’t think the safety would need an MRI exam on the ankle.

“I don’t know how bad or how much he sprained it,” Bowles said. “But I know he sprained it, so we kept him out.”


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